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SH, having a pungent odor. It is produced by leading carbon disulphide into a hot alcoholic solution of potassium hydroxide. So called from the yellow color of many of its salts. Called also xanthogenic acid. See under Cyanic. A compound or derivative of xanthogen. Several species occur in ditches, and others are found fossil in flint or hornstone. A crystalline nitrogenous body closely related to both uric acid and hypoxanthin, present in muscle tissue, and occasionally found in the urine and in some urinary calculi.
It is also present in guano. So called from the yellow color of certain of its salts nitrates. A yellow insoluble coloring matter extracted from yellow flowers; specifically, the coloring matter of madder. One of the gaseous or volatile decomposition products of the xanthates, and probably identical with carbon disulphide. A complex nitrogenous substance related to urea and uric acid, produced as a white powder; -- so called because it forms yellow salts, and because its solution forms a blue fluorescence like quinine.
A genus of composite plants in which the scales of the involucre are united so as to form a kind of bur; cocklebur; clotbur. A combining form from Gr. Used also adjectively in chemistry.
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Having yellow fruit. See Xanthochroic. A division of the Caucasian races, comprising the lighter-colored members. The Xanthochroi , or fair whites,. Having a yellowish or fair complexion; of or pertaining to the Xanthochroi. Producing a yellow color or compound; xanthic. See Xanthic acid , under Xanthic. See Xantho-, and -oma. A skin disease marked by the development or irregular yellowish patches upon the skin, especially upon the eyelids; -- called also xanthelasma.
The yellow pigment present in the inner segments of the retina in animals. See Chromophane. A yellow coloring matter found in yellow autumn leaves, and also produced artificially from chlorophyll; -- formerly called also phylloxanthin. Having a yellow stipe, or stem. Pertaining to, or derived from, xanthoprotein; showing the characters of xanthoprotein; as, xanthoproteic acid; the xanthoproteic reaction for albumin.
A yellow acid substance formed by the action of hot nitric acid on albuminous or proteid matter. It is changed to a deep orange-yellow color by the addition of ammonia. One of three alkaloids found in the root of the yellow puccoon Hydrastis Canadensis. It is a yellow crystalline substance, and resembles berberine. Rhamnus , the generic name of the plant bearing Persian berries. A glucoside extracted from Persian berries as a yellow crystalline powder, used as a dyestuff. A genus of shrubby ranunculaceous plants of North America, including only the species Xanthorhiza apiifolia , which has roots of a deep yellow color; yellowroot.
The bark is intensely bitter, and is sometimes used as a tonic.
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A genus of endogenous plants, native to Australia, having a thick, sometimes arborescent, stem, and long grasslike leaves. See Grass tree.
An orange-yellow substance found in pigment spots of certain crabs. The yellow discoloration often observed in cancerous tumors. Having yellow seeds. A liquid hydrocarbon of the terpene series extracted from the seeds of a Japanese prickly ash Xanthoxylum pipertium as an aromatic oil.
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A genus of prickly shrubs or small trees, the bark and rots of which are of a deep yellow color; prickly ash. See Prickly ash , under Prickly. Xe"bec z"bk , n. A small three-masted vessel, with projecting bow stern and convex decks, used in the Mediterranean for transporting merchandise, etc. It carries large square sails, or both. Xebecs were formerly armed and used by corsairs. Xeme zm , n. An Arctic fork-tailed gull Xema Sabinii. A Spartan institution which prohibited strangers from residing in Sparta without permission, its object probably being to preserve the national simplicity of manners.
A present given to a guest or stranger, or to a foreign ambassador. A house for the reception of strangers. Cross fertilization. Of or pertaining to xenogenesis; as, the xenogenetic origin of microzymes. A suborder of soft-rayed fresh-water fishes of which the blackfish of Alaska Dallia pectoralis is the type. A suborder of fishes including Gobiesox and allied genera. These fishes have soft-rayed fins, and a ventral sucker supported in front by the pectoral fins.
They are destitute of scales. A native phosphate of yttrium occurring in yellowish-brown tetragonal crystals. A cabassou. The radical characteristic of xenylic compounds. Pertaining to, derived from, designating, certain amido compounds obtained by reducing certain nitro derivatives of diphenyl.
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Pertaining to, or designating, an acid, C 8 H 12 O 4 , related to fumaric acid, and obtained from citraconic acid as an oily substance having a bittersweet taste; -- so called from its tendency to form its anhydride. Drought-loving; able withstand the absence or lack of moisture. Plants which are peculiarly adapted to dry climates are termed by De Candolle xerophilous. See Ophthalmia. An abnormal dryness of the eyeball produced usually by long- continued inflammation and subsequent atrophy of the conjunctiva.
The posterior, or fourth, lateral plate in the plastron of turtles; -- called also xiphisternum. A genus of cetaceans having a long, pointed, bony beak, usually two tusklike teeth in the lower jaw, but no teeth in the upper jaw. An extinct genus of artiodactylous mammals found in the European Tertiary formations. It had slender legs, didactylous feet, and small canine teeth. Having sword- shaped leaves. Same as Limuloidea. Called also Xiphosura. An acid amide derivative of xylic acid, obtained as a white crystalline substance.
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Any of a group of three metameric hydrocarbons of the aromatic series, found in coal and wood tar, and so named because found in crude wood spirit. They are colorless, oily, inflammable liquids, C 6 H 4. CH 3 2 , being dimethyl benzenes, and are called respectively orthoxylene , metaxylene , and paraxylene. Called also xylol. Each of these xylenes is the nucleus and prototype of a distinct series of compounds.
Any one of six metameric phenol derivatives of xylene, obtained as crystalline substances, CH 3 2. Pertaining to, or designating, a complex acid related to mesitylenic acid, obtained as a white crystalline substance by the action of sodium and carbon dioxide on crude xylenol. Pertaining to, derived from, or related to, xylene; specifically, designating any one of several metameric acids produced by the partial oxidation of mesitylene and pseudo-cumene.
Pertaining to, or designating, either one of two distinct acids which are derived from xylic acid and related compounds, and are metameric with uvitic acid. Any one of six metameric hydrocarbons, CH 3 2. NH 2 , resembling aniline, and related to xylene.
They are liquids, or easily fusible crystalline substances, of which three are derived from metaxylene, two from orthoxylene, and one from paraxylene. They are called the amido xylenes. The xylidine of commerce, used in making certain dyes, consists chiefly of the derivatives of paraxylene and metaxylene. A green or blue pigment produced by Peziza in certain kinds of decayed wood, as the beech, oak, birch, etc.
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A liquid hydrocarbon found in crude wood spirits. A yellow oil having a geraniumlike odor, produced as a side product in making phorone; -- called also xylite oil. The dried twigs of a Syrian tree Balsamodendron Gileadense.